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Old 11-27-2019, 12:49 PM
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Need help with rear door glass/regulator, and internals

Just got my doors back on the Wagoneer. All four doors are empty. Can someone help me with the order I should start putting them back together. I'am thinking the vent windows need to be put in first, is this the first step? Thanks for any help with this cluster. I'am thinking the order would be the same for front and rear doors.
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Old 11-27-2019, 02:17 PM
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I do know vent window is first.
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Old 11-30-2019, 12:14 AM
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Yup -vent windows first, but don't put all the screws in and tighten it down - the vent window has to be able to move around (tip a bit) in order to get the glass to go in. Once the glass is sitting inside the door (at bottom), then the vent can set in place with the glass in the slide channel. I'd still wait to tighten everything down till you got the window rolling up and down and no binding (mostly just the bottom channel bracket and door sill screws.)
It's a pain, but take your time. Don't rush it. Putting the roll-up crank clip on the window is a lot easier than taking it off. (not sure which style of that you have.)
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